Daily Devotion

SCRIPTURE: ACTS 11:1-18 T he importance that Luke attached to this incident is shown by the amount of space he devoted to it. His writing was on a roll of papyrus that was about 35 feet long. Luke had almost endless material to fit into that space....

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SCRIPTURE: ACTS 10:34- 43 I t is clear that we have here the barest summary of what Peter said to Cornelius, which makes it all the more important because it gives us the very essence of the first preaching about Jesus. (1 st ) Jesus was sent by...

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SCRIPTURE : ACTS 10:17-33 T he most surprising things are happening in this chapter. Once again, remember that the Jews believed that other nations were outside the mercy of God. The really strict Jew would have no contact with a Gentile or even...

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SCRIPTURE: ACTS 10:9-16 T his verse begins a sequence which brings us to an important turning point in the Book of Acts. Though Jesus commissioned the apostles to teach (make disciples of all nations, Matthew 28:19), they were not anxious to do...

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SCRIPTURE: ACTS 9:23-25 T his is a vivid example of how much a few words in the biblical narrative may imply. Luke says that after some time in Damascus these things happened. The period in that passing phrase was no less than three years (...

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SCRIPTURE: ACTS 8:5-13 W hen the Christians were scattered abroad, Philip, who had emerged into prominence as one of the Seven, arrived in Samaria, and there he preached. This incident of the work in Samaria is an astonishing thing because it was...

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